Articles related to employment concerns for people with cancer.
Employment Concerns During and After Treatment
This article reviews common concerns for cancer patients and survivors about employment including working through treatment, taking time away from work, FMLA, and returning to work after treatment.
All About Disability
This article provides an overview of disability options for cancer patients to continue to receive income while they are unable to work.
Taking Time From Work: FMLA and Paid Leave Options
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993 permits employees to take unpaid, job-protected, leave of absence time due to the serious medical condition of the employee or a family member. This article provides information about who is eligible for FMLA, how to access FMLA, and the limitations of FMLA. It also provides information about paid leave options.
Introduction to FMLA for Parents
This article provides information about family and medical leave (FMLA) for parents and family members caring for a child with cancer. FMLA provides job protections and for unpaid leave to care for a sick family member.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Employment Protections
This article provides an overview of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) employment protections and reasonable accommodations.